Season 5 E1 Mental Health & Digital Society with Ruthie Zerai
Season 5, Ep. 1
We wanted to start off the season by talking about something that might have a stigma around it. Therefor the theme of the first episode is mental health and the relationship with the digital industry. To digest the subject we are accompanied by Ruth Semere. Ruth is a wellness and development coach with a background as a digital media strategist and global commercial development. With her broad background, she has her feet in the two worlds and knows too well how they effect each other and how you can lead yourself towards a more healthy lifestyle. Do mental health and the digital world effect each other? How have each of them progressed? Don’t miss out on this episode where we talk about this! Hosts: Linnéa Bergling and Alex Arquati. Editing done by André Duvivier. A big Thank you to Beppo studios for making this recording possible and for their continued support of HyperTalks! Don't forget to subscribe and follow us on Instagram and Facebook for updates. Until next time! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Season 6 E1 - Reflections on a weird year
Season 6, Ep. 1
New Season, New Team, New Episodes. In true Hyper Island fashion, we wanted to reflect on how weird 2020 was, and what we are bringing with us to 2021... Produced by: Anne Obel. Edited by: Fanny Barrjsö, Max Wroblewski. Social Media and Distribution by Andrea Urquieta and Haidar Walid. Hosted and Scripted by Ellen Gustavsson and Torjus Berglid. Last, but not least, a massive thank you to all of our interviewees! Without you, this episode could not have been possible!
Season 5 E5 - Launching a Social Impact during a crisis
Season 5, Ep. 5
Alex speaks with entrepreneur Lesley Pennington, founder of BEMZ, and now Kinship Collective @kinship.stories which launched this September! Our talk gives the entrepreneurial story and learnings of Lesleys, from her life at Apple in the early 90s, to the importance of her work now of lifting up women, and female artisans in the textile industry. This episode was recorded in June, when the pandemic was spreading, and the protests of George Floyd in the US were reverberating around the world. We are just very happy to be back with Hyper Talks after a few months of uncertainty. With a big thanks to Beppo Studio for making these recordings possible.